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. >> this is foreign prrps -- property. you are the governor of new mexico, but they let you come here? >> they do. when your parents started this business, how many -- how much money -- >> truly, we lived paycheck to paycheck. when they started the business, i thought they were insane. we had no savings. they started out with a few security guards, my father was a security guard, i was a security guard. my mother was the office -- working in the office. at the beginning, she worked out of the kitchen at our house because we didn't have this building. and so i used to work at a catholic bingo in the parking lot, making sure no one was breaking into the cars at nighttime. >> i understand you were armed. it was a republican national convention, you spoke about being armed. >> my dad was a cop. beforehand. so he wanted to make sure i had the proper equipment to be a security guard so i got certified at 18 and hia .357 magnum and the uniform, badge, whole 9 yards, walked the parking lot. >> was it a family business where it was a nonstop business? >> for my mother and father, initially, yes. my mother
does, meaning doing what the democrats want. >>> now to new mexico. governor susana martinez. does she represent the republican party's future? she's the first female hispanic government and her name is coming up as a possible 2016 presidential cabbed. over the weekend on the record went to new mexico to talk to governor mar martinez. but first she took he us to her family's business in el paso, texas. >> we are at the place is now my brother's business, but this was texas security guard service. this is where my parents started their business back in the late '70s, and they were in existence for about 25 years. > >> greta: this is their property. this is texas and you're the governor of new mexico, but they let you come here? >> they let me come here. >> greta: when your parents started this business, how much money did they start it with? >> truly when they started it, we lived pa paycheck to paychec. they started out with a few security guards. my father was a security guard, i was a security guard. i moo mother was working in the office. in the beginning she worked out of the kitch
something if they want to. >> and with the new administration in mexico you'd think that it would just be a matter of a conversation. >> greta: what did they say? is anyone from the state department contacted you? >> you know, we've had letter frtz state department, just saying that they're constantly in touch with the consulate to ensure his personal safety to ensure he's getting food. for a while he wasn't getting food. they're checking on him to be sure he's getting fed. to talk to him, you know? find out if there had been harassing things going on. that kind of thing. but they will not help you in any way in your legal case. >> greta: i just find that, i mean, it's so -- wrong. i mean, our state department can help you. they can do that. governments do do that. i mean, i don't know wla to say to you. are you outraged you're not getting help from the state department? >> we're frustrated. you know? we know that behind the scenes our attorney is talking to the mexican attorney general, and we know that congress woman laigt onhas been in touch with mexican officials. we're very frustr
government can do something if they want to. >> absolutely. i mean, i -- with a new administration in mexico, you would think that it would just be a matter of a conversation. >> what did they say to you -- i mean, has anyone from the state department contacted you? >> you know, we have had letters from the state department just saying that they are constantly in touch with the consulate to ensure his... personal safety. for a while he wasn't getting food. so they are checking on him on a daily basis to be sure he's getting fed and talk to him and find out if there are any harassing things going on. but other than that, they will not help you in any way in your legal case. >> i just find that -- i mean, it is so wrong. i mean, our state department can help you. they can do that. governments do do that. i don't -- i mean, i don't know what to say to you. aren't you outraged that you are not getting the help from the state department? >> we are frustrated, you know, we know that behind the scenes, our attorney's talking to the mexican attorney general. and we know that... congresswoman has bee
and furious scandal not over. cbs news reporting a gun found at the murder scene of a mexican beauty queen and four others is part of the fast and furious gun walking scandal. we're in mexico city. james, what is the information tonight about the tide of fast and furious in this murder? >> well, basically, the gun has been traced back to fast and furious. they originally tried to link it to the beauty queen, testing her fingers for powder residue. we haven't heard the results of it, but if it had been positive we would have heard obviously. it's just one of many guns that came into mexico, more than 1,400 guns. i mean, they've lost most of them. we're also getting information from the new administration about the situation. it's not -- i mean, the situation as it really is rather than we thought it was. when i say that, i mean in the last administration, they were talking about major drug cartels, but the last administration specifically went after the leadership of cartels, and said 25 of the 37 major cartel leaders had either been arrested or killed. the current administration saying tha
much help. we go to mexico city. >> reporter: various factors are in play here. it's a very good piece of news, the judge is going to consider this, whether it will be over by christmas, we don't know. perhaps by the new year. but hopefully by christmas. the important thing is to avoid the issue going to trial. it is scheduled for trial on the 17th of january. and a penalty is 15 years in prison. the thing is, this is a technicality. the shotgun -- it was 1 inch above -- below, sorry, shorter than itship -- should be. but it's an antique weapon. it can't be classified under modern terms. also, his lawyers should really be contacting the mexican national human rights commission about this chaining to a bed and chaining to a wall. his rights have been clearly violated in these cases. and these instances of him being chained. jon declared this weapon in good faith. so really, it's a question of common sense. plus the fact that incidents have been caused in the past when governments have stomped up and down and demanned things. really, i don't know what's happening with the state departmen
] come try our new menu and sea food differently and introducing 7 lunch choices for just $7.99. salad, sandwiches, and more. >> greta: could mexico be the next benghazi? congressman michael mccaul is warning us because u.s. agents are helping mexican police go after the most violent drug cartels and yet our agents are not allowed to carry weapons in mexico. congressman joins us. why not? >> well, you know, officially they can't under a treaty that was signed by the united states and mexico. unofficially they do what they have to do to protect themselves, but there's no clarity in the policy, and i think it needs to be clear so our agents can protect themselves. we had three cons lar officers killed in jawrs. we had ice agents, one killed and one wounded in an ambush in a u.s. embassy vehicle. this year cia agents were ambushed by 14 mexican federal police officers. 150 rounds fired at them, and the two agents were wounded in the process. now they'v they've been indicted charged with murder. they used plain clothes and private cars even though they were on duty that day. >> greta: we t
on the new administration. i think there's a new opportunity. there's a new chairman incoming on homeland security that i can tell you, one of my big priorities is going to be to secure that border. >border. >> greta: all you have to do is google mexico and cartel and you read every night how many people are murdered, innocent people beheaded, their hearts cut out of them, they're hanging from bridges, just the worst things you can imagine. it's every single day if you google. thanks, congressman. >> thanks so much. >> greta: breaking news out of egypt. the crisis there getting worse. violent clashes erupting between protesters and supporters of president morsi. the latest from cairo is next. >>> plus, we're going to have more on this breaking news in syria. president assad is preparing to do the absolute unthinkable, to unleash deadly sarin gas against his own people. there's a report tonight the nerve gas is locked and loaded inside canisters and ambassador john bolton is here coming up. [ female announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day
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